THE IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE.
28 Victoria Street, London, S. W., November 19, 1909. My Dear Sir:
Under the new Bye-laws of this Institute, it is within the province of the Council to elect Honorary Vice-Presidents from among the distinguished Members of the Institute who, by reason of residence outside Great Britain or other restraining cause, are precluded from taking an active part in the management of the affairs of the Institute. Ac¬ cordingly, I have the honour to inform you that, by a unanimous vote, the Council yesterday elected you an Honorary Vice-President, for Ufe, of the Iron & Steel Insti¬ tute, with the right to attend all Councfl Meetings whenever it may suit your convenience to do so.
I hope to be able to send on to you shortly a card giving a Ust of all meetings in the year 1910. I have the honour to remain.
G. C. Lloyd, Secretary. John Fritz, Esq., M. A., D. Sc,
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.